Year in review
Annual Report 2017
2017 saw our highest growth in six years, strong earnings and massive investments in the future.
Watch President & CEO Kim Fausing talk about Danfoss’ strong results for 2017.
“Throughout the year, we have seen extraordinary, high growth and we delivered a strong bottom-line. At the same time, we have made significant investments in growth initiatives and digitalization and we acquired several key technologies that will help us retain our position as a leading technology provider, thereby creating the best possible value for our customers,” says President & CEO Kim Fausing.
Supplementary reports 2017:
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Engineering talks into action
Danfoss #ETtalks is an international series of conferences inspiring innovative thinking and solutions on climate and energy. Watch inspiring videos and learn more at #ETtalks page.
Explore Danfoss Postgraduate Program
We are building a better future and talents are playing a vital part. Our global Post Graduate Program open great opportunities to develop professionally as well as personally.
Explore Danfoss digital factory
Welcome to Danfoss' new semi-anechoic test-chamber in Flensburg, Germany. Anechoic means echo-free or non-reflective. Inside the chamber, we emit and measure electromagnetic waves. The purpose? This digital story will take you inside and explain.
Danfoss powers the world’s strongest E-Ferry
The groundbreaking E-Ferry will soon be launched in Denmark with the help of Danfoss. The fully electric powered ferry will have the largest battery capacity at sea and navigate without CO2 emissions. Ellen is the world's most powerful electric ferry and will be deployed between the Danish islands Ærø and Als, the latter hosting the headquarter of Danfoss.
Improved indoor comfort and indoor climate with Danfoss Eco™
In 2018, Danfoss Eco™ was recognized with three prestigious design awards; a Ret Dot, a Danish Design Award, and a German Design Award. The radiator thermostat is the most known and visible example of our technologies. Since 1943, Danfoss has manufactured around 350 million radiator thermostats, thereby reducing 650 million tons of CO2.
Danfoss is active in the crane business
We offer a very flexible and broad mix of products that are easy to install and simple to commission to support our customers. With extensive support from R&D and application team, we have developed a crane application software package, which covers most demanding features in one software.
Nordhavn – Denmark’s energy lab of the future
It is Scandinavia's largest urban development project. Over the next 50 years, Copenhagen's Nordhavn in Denmark will become a district of 40,000 residents and 40,000 workplaces. The old free port has always set its sights on new horizons. And today, Nordhavn is where the future of energy solutions will happen, and our heating and cooling technologies will set the direction.